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Huawei Technologies Phils. Inc. recently announced its first scholarship program with the University of the Philippines (UP) through a virtual launching ceremony.

The scholarship is accepting applications from third-year to fifth-year students of UP College of Engineering, said the Huawei news release.

An annual stipend and book allowance amounting to P73,000 will be awarded to students who pass the screening process and qualify for the scholarship.

Representatives from the UP College of Engineering, led by Engr. Ferdinand de la Cruz, president of UP Engineering Research and Development Foundation, Engr. Alfonso “Tito” Aliga Jr. and Prof. Juvy Balbarona attended the ceremony.

De la Cruz said: “Huawei is definitely an inspiration for UP and the UP Engineering Research and Development Foundation, and we are very happy that Huawei is doing this scholarship program.”

“As a company, Huawei values education. It is one of the pillars of our Tech4all Program and inspires us to launch our scholarship program not only in the Philippines, but in other parts of the world. We appreciate the partnership with UP. And we look forward to more collaboration in the future,” said Jade Cao, Huawei Philippines Human Resource director.

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